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Feb 19, 2011 11:35pm EST
week. >>> joining me is christiane amanpour. president obama released his budget this week. republicans did not much like it. tell me the endgame of this. is there a possibility of a grand bargain or are they just got anywhere near close question of cracks in the rhetoric is obviously what is. president obama himself has talked about previous presidents, whether it was ronald reagan and kim jong il, bill clinton and newt gingrich, how you could actually work together and get something done. we will see what happens. there are reports of various senators trying to do background deals and get this done. one of the bigger question is, what does it mean to people who are going to have to deal with these massive cuts in many of the areas that will directly touch their lives. that is something i will be watching very closely for. on our show this week, we are doing a slightly different subject. we are taking on the issue of the internet revolution sweeping around the middle east and completely redefining american foreign policy and interest in that region. >> what does that mean
Feb 5, 2011 11:35pm EST
, unacceptable to the protesters. the obama administration called the resignation a positive step, but had strong words to show that was not enough. vice-president joe biden phoned his egyptian counterpart to stress the need for a concrete reform agenda, a clear time line, and immediate steps to demonstrate to the egyptian people the government's commitment to reform. if president mubarak left now, it would fill the void? -- who would fill the void? >> nobody. >> with no front runner, it could be the famous nobel peace prize winner. he ran a nuclear watchdog group and rejected insistence that iraq had weapons of mass destruction. or the head of the arab league and critic of israel, who split with president mubarak a decade ago. the egyptian brotherhood said it will not have a presidential candidate in the next election. however, that have agreed to begin talks with the government sunday about getting egypt out of its worst crisis since president debarking to power 30 years ago. -- since president mubarak came to power 30 years ago. >>> report this week by the research group says bad roads
Feb 13, 2011 11:35pm EST
hours of community service and a d y school class. president obama is scheduled to on a precipitous -- dui school class. president obama is scheduled to honor certain people such as john lewis, warren buffett, and maya angelou as well as yo yo ma. the capitals will take on the coyotes. and a busy week for the wizards. they only play wednesday in orlando to take on the magic. >>> do not get your standard box of chocolates monday. we will tell you3q looking to add a little smile to your chili ? try french's. mac and cheese need a boost ? french's helps that, too. chicken in need of cheering up? add french's to your marinade. it's a surprising way to add a little fun to your food and a whole lot of happy to your family. for recipes and valuable coupons, go to to add a little happy to almost any meal. french's. happy starts here. looks like it's bumper to bumper on the interstate. i gottget to cleveland! remove your belt, your watch, your shoes. i wonder what gas costs today. seven dollars for a pillow! an extra bag costs what? i hate traffic! ♪ [ child ] the train is now
Feb 6, 2011 11:35pm EST
know some others are questioning how involved should the obama administration be at this point. >> that is a great question, and i think that is one that the white house has grappled with him and have kind of settled on an idea that they are siding with the egyptian people. they do not want to look like the backer of a president who is on the way out and who is essentially being overthrown by his own people, but egypt has been a very important ally to us for the past 30 years. military operations in iraq depend on our relationship with them. they want to make sure that they manage this properly. you have a lot of folks calling on obama to say, hey, get behind plan. make sure you are showing some leadership here. but obama and the white house are saying that this is something the egyptian people have to choose, and if they get involved, it would look like the u.s. is forcing the government on the egyptian people and that it is an american commander in chief, and i think obama is trying to take more of the diplomatic route here, saying, certainly, we believe in human rights and a
Feb 26, 2011 11:35pm EST
levels of violence perpetrated on the people of libya by its leadership. >> president obama said gaddafi must go. one of his means of staying in power is using violence against his own people, he has lost the legitimacy of rule and needs to do what is right for his country by leaving now. >>in tripoli, a sea of humanity outside of the airport, workers tried to go home. tens of thousands are pour across the western border into tunisia. some of them tells stories about being robbed at highway checkpoints by little boys with guns. another major defection in gaddafi's inner circle, the loyal ukrainian nurse who was always by his side is heading home. libya's second-largest city is being run by the opposition. they have set up a command center and torched the supreme court building, putting at a daily newspaper, making videos for the outside world, and helping families find loved ones affected by gaddafi's regime. >> the justice department made an about face this week in one fight. it announced it will no longer defend the defense of marriage act, one of the big topics in politics thi
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